KEY POINTS - Draper Access Sonata/Series V Video Projection
Motor-in-roller, tab-tensioned front projection screen and independently motorized masking system linked electronically to provide choice of four projection formats: 4:3, (NTSC), 1.78:1, (HDTV), 1.85:1, (Widescreen), and 2.35:1, (CinemaScope).
Pushing a single button allows you to easily change formats.
Integrated motorized masking system.
Uses smart motor technology.
When changing formats, the centerline and width of the viewing surface remain constant so you do not have to adjust your projector.
Control Options: Single station 6-button wall switch. Compatible with multiple stations and Sonata infrared remote control.
Depending on surface, available in sizes through 150" diagonal NTSC format.
Warranted for one year against defects in materials and workmanship.
Custom sizes available.
SUMMARY - Draper Access Sonata/Series V
One front projection screen, four projection formats. Everything you could possibly want in a tab-tensioned projection screen! Ceiling-recessed, its motorized screen and masking system are linked electronically
to provide four different projection formats at the touch of a button, all in a ceiling-recessed Access case. A flat black mask on a second motor-in-roller converts the projection screen to your choice of four formats: 1:1.33 NTSC, 1:1.78 HDTV, 1:1.85 WideScreen and 1:2.35 CinemaScope.
During format change, the center line and width of the viewing
surface remain constant while the mask and projection screen move
simultaneously into their factory preset positions. Motor-in-roller
is mounted on special vibration insulators so operating noise is
dramatically reduced. The screen surface consists of a reflective
vinyl with no textile backing, and is tab tensioned for improved
image clarity. The surface is stretched flat, resulting in better